Thellavarithe Guruvaram Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Satya Giduturi
- Sharanya Pradeep
- Chitra Shukla
- Misha Narang
- Nagendra Pilla
- Music Composer:
- Performances of the stars are good
- The film is technically good
- The film moves at a slow pace in some places
Thellavarithe Guruvaram is a romantic comedy entertainer scripted by Nagendra Pilla and directed by Manikanth Gelli. Rajani Korrapati and Ravindra Benerjee Muppaneni produced the film. Kaala Bhairava composed the music. Suresh Ragutu cranked the camera and editing is by Satya Giduturi. The film has the star cast of Sri Simha Koduri, Chitra Shukla, Rajeev Kanakala, Satya Akkala, Misha Narang, Actor Ajay, Sharanya Pradeep and Viva Harsha.
Veerendra and Madhu are going to be a couple. They wanted to shut their marriage, as they are no more interested and had some insecurities in this marriage. However, they were made to spend some time together. Soon, they open up about their past and understand and console each other. But, fate comes up with a different plan. Did they get into their relationship? What happened in their past? The rest of the film deals with this.
Sri Simha’s performance is impressive. Chitra Shukla and Misha Narang had also done their parts well. Rajeev Kanakala and Harsha did justice to the given roles. Ajay played a role in his style.
The script is not new and much impressive and has some traces of a hit film. But, certain sequences are neatly penned and well-executed. If they had added some gripping elements, the story would have got a better appeal. As the right actors are placed, the characters look neat. However, certain sequences make us feel that the film is lengthy, even though it is a 2-hour film. The BGM gels well with the story. The cinematography is neat and the editing should have been better.
What’s Not There?
With the young artists and decent performances, Thellavarithe Guruvaram is a decent entertainer and could be watched once!